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F/S: Perazzi Type IV Forend Iron w/ wood

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by skeet_man, Jul 13, 2011.

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    Selling a complete forend for a Type 4 Perazzi. Includes iron and forend. These don't come up for sale by themselves very often. Forend is in very good shape, with only superficial marks, the kind of thing you'd see after a weeks use. Bluing is extremely good on the iron, only a TOUCH of wear on the part on the bottom of the forend at the sharp edges (as show in the photos). Some small scratches on the knuckle, but fairly minor. Overall, the kind of condition you'd expect a brand new forend to be in after a week or two of use.

    I tried to take as many quality pics as I could, please let me know if I need to do better, or if there's anything specific you'd like a photo of. I'm not exactly sure what variant this forend came off of, but it should work with any type 4 perazzi (and I believe this can be used in conjunction with a type 4 barrel on a type 3 perazzi, someone correct me if I'm wrong). Gunsmith fitting may be required, and that would be up to you to accomplish.

    As this is not a very common item, I had a tough time coming up with a price for it. Lets start this at $800 shipped and insured to you, and see where it goes from there. I saw a couple irons alone that sold in the $650 to $700 range, and I know a good forend is worth at least $100 to $150, and probably a little more. I am selling this for a friend, so no trades unfortunately.
     
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    Your picture quality is almost up to watch sellers. Great job.
     
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    Thanks steve. Just got a new camera (well, new to me, its ancient by digital camera stds, its only a 4mp LOL). I usually have a tough time getting good pics of wood, but on my reloading bench w/ the overhead light it seems to work pretty well.
     
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    Ian.. Not only can you use this on a type 3 receiver (top lever return pin at 12 o'clock) you can use it on a MT-6 if it's not already a cat4.. and you want to use a cat4 barrel..
     
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    I will separate. $675 for the metal, $175 for the wood.
     
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    up for the weekenders
     
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